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We are now moving to Phase III of our plan!

– Phase I: Zoom Training– Phase II: Outdoor Training– Phase III: Indoor Training at a Temporary Location– Phase IV: Our Own Dedicated Dojo Remember that this is a temporary location, not a permanent home.Where: Activity Room at Countryside Community Church (near 132nd and Pacific). This is a modern facility, built in 2018. It is very spacious. Our entrance will be at the South side of the building (not the main entrance, which is facing west). The address is 13130 Faith Plaza.When: Starting this Thursday, October 19th. Class Schedule at Countryside Community Church: Little Dragons: Tues/Thurs 5:30 – 6:15, Sat 10:15…


No Class for Sat. Jan 18

Due to icy conditions, there will be no classes Saturday, Jan 18. Rank awards will occur at the next class that the student is able to attend. NOTE: Sunday Fun Run is also cancelled due to -4 wind chill predictions. Stay home and stay safe.


Cornhusker State Games

The tournament is Saturday, July 16th.  Registration is closed on June 22nd (Next Wednesday) and the registration fees are $40 for the first event and $10 for each additional.  The dojo rules are that if you compete at a tournament you must at least complete in Kata, sparring is optional. Click here for more information. See Sensei with any questions.


Chad Bautch Fundraiser

Friday, February 19 there is a fund raiser for one of our dojo parents (Chad Bautch) to raise funds for a lung transplant. There will be a dinner (free-will donation), a bake sale, and a silent auction. Events will be held at Concordia Jr/Sr. High from 6 – 9 pm. Please plan to attend and help out for this great cause.


A Special Thank You | A Very Busy Year

Running a dojo is something that can’t be done by one person. I can’t be here every training day, either due to business of family events. I also like to step aside to let others teach, to give the students a different instructor perspective. So, looking back, I would like to extend a special thank you to the following groups/individuals:

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